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The Current and Projected Economic Burden of Parkinson’s Disease in the United States

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    • 26,000 hospice days in 2010 were attributable to Parkinson’s disease.  
    • 24,000 home health days in 2010 were attributable to Parkinson’s disease.  
    • 31,000 emergency department visits in 2010 were attributable to Parkinson’s disease.  
    • 57,000 outpatient visits in 2010 were attributable to Parkinson’s disease.  
    • 1.26 million physician office visits in 2010 were attributable to Parkinson’s disease.  
    • In 2010, Parkinson’s disease was the cause of 1.9 million hospital inpatient days–73% more than is expected for a population without the disease.  
    • In addition to the estimated $14.4 billion a year in costs for Parkinson’s disease to the nation, an additional $6.3 billion in indirect costs (missed work or loss of job…  
    • The prevalence of Parkinson’s disease is expected to more than double between 2010 and 2040.  
    • Individuals with Parkinson’s disease in 2010 incurred medical expenses of $22,800 per patient (in PD-related expenses)–$12,800 higher than someone without the disease.  
    • The national economic burden of Parkinson’s disease in 20130 exceeded $14.4 billion–approximately $22,800 per patient.